- 3D Printing
|dcroenne ||06-12-2019 03:14 PM |
3D Printed Outer-Slide for a RF Traccer
Is anyone willing to work this build? I saw a faux duckslide on a Traccer and would like to know if anyone can do this other than the original printer. I reached out to him and he said it was a no-go because he only printed it for his center feed. Shoot me a pm if you can work this.
|ECAPNation ||06-12-2019 03:40 PM |
It's a tracer..... Cut the body to be top feeding
|dcroenne ||06-12-2019 05:08 PM |
Well, I don't really want to cut into it
|freedummy ||06-12-2019 05:59 PM |
It'd be a wonky slide body if you aren't willing to at least remove the feedneck, which is tantamount to cutting the body.
|ECAPNation ||06-12-2019 06:09 PM |
Cuuuuuut it buy another. Lol
|dcroenne ||06-12-2019 07:35 PM |
Well, if I do cut it I would need someone to drill and tap the body for a phantom stock class feed block. Lol, this would cost more than 3 traccers.
|dcroenne ||07-06-2019 09:06 PM |
Wow, that looks great!
|Chaos ||07-06-2019 10:36 PM |
|ReconSWS ||07-06-2019 11:38 PM |
Test print is done in speckle black. Only real changes I have to make now are doing a full-cut for the feed and not a slit, and I forgot to do the cutout for the safety, and loosen the tolerance.
It's a blank slate pretty much, so I can add any ideas you guys have or critique about dimensions or whatever. https://i.imgur.com/avMkA4S.jpg
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